The young lady I would like to nominate regularly shows her support for many community groups both at home and world wide. She is not only aware of the difficulties faced by these people but chooses to actively offer her help and support. I have known Chloe since she was a pupil at Primary School, throughout her school life she has volunteered her time to help Local Community groups and through this has gained the prestigious 'Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award'. During her teenage years she dedicated her spare time to the GB Diving Team, relentlessly training to represent GB at many International Competitions and herself becoming British National Champion. At the age of 17 Chloe was touched by the Indian Village Communities who had been devastated by the 'Boxing Day Tsunami' while most of us could only watch, Chloe did something about it, raising enough money to take herself out there, she spent a month rebuilding schools and teaching English to orphaned children. Chloe continues to use her time to support others, climbing Kilimanjaro for Stroke victims, 'Race for Life' and the 'Great Yorkshire Run' for Cancer and Alzheimer Charities. Her next project will shortly take her to Borneo to install fresh water systems for rural villages. She is an inspiration to all who meet her and to the communities around the globe that are richer, for her having been there. Chloe would be an exemplary ambassador for Sheffield, the UK and for communities around the World.